The launch of Houzz.co.nz hosted in the home of the talented artist and hobby property developer Donna North was huge hit with Auckland designers, architects and professionals. The curation of onsite products by our very on Marcella was sublime in it’s integration.
In a dazzling launch on site at 5 Martin Place, the champagne was in definitely in abundance. The Lord Mayor, Clover Moore officially opened the building in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
We’re incredibly proud to partner with the CCA to present the Emeralds & Ivy Ball. In 2015, 450 people joined Ronan and Storm in a star studded gala event to help beat cancer.
Hosted by the ever charming James Tobin, the Tourism NZ Reader event for EA Magazine hosted over 100 EA’s to taste and experience regional NZ wines, honey, chocolate, vodka and even peanut butter, in both Sydney and Melbourne. We loved it all!
In this first of three events HSBC posed the question – what are your dreams and ambitions? A group of expert panelists in the fields of real estate, resilience, superannuation and planning spoke with Alicia Barry from the ABC about the current and future of the Australian & global markets. Very insightful!
In a final farewell to Sydney Entertainment Centre You Tube Brandcast saw over 1,000 of the brightest and talented minds of the media, marketing and advertising industry come together to experience the diversity of YouTube.
Publishers, agencies and brand specialists spent the day at Australian Technology Park, Sydney exploring DoubleClick’s roadmap and re-envisioning the customer journey through technology.
Bringing stories to life through the unveiling of more Australian arts, culture and heritage online with the Google Cultural Institute.
Google staff provide a workshop tailored to a small group of advertisers to develop experts in the field of mobile advertising. The event kit simulates a science laboratory for an experiential, experimental experience, complete with beakers, test tubes, peg boards, plants, periodic tables and dry ice!
The aim of the summit was to deliver provocative and thought provoking sessions that prepare and shake up the way marketers will do business in 2015 and beyond. The Ivy was the venue for this full day conference with an industry networking opportunity to conclude. Over 300 senior marketing professionals from a broad mix of corporates, not for profit and tech starts up’s were the audience.
More than 1000 delegates in 4 cities; Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. An all day conference with keynote speakers targeting marketers in SME business.
This quarters Spring fling had an air of fun and games, including giant jenga, connect 4 and quoits in the Royal Botanic Gardens. The appropriately themed menu “edible garden” was enhanced with a talk by the Botanic gardens resident Aboriginal Educational Officer.